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- 1) Fits parts, such as shuttle eyes, tension devices, plates, and spindles, into wooden shuttles: Smooths interior surfaces of openings in shuttles or spindles, using chisel or cutting machine with rotating knives.
- 2) Bores holes for final assembly, using boring machine.
- 3) Positions parts in specified opening and screws or bolts them in place, using handtools.
- 4) Tests tension devices for resistance.
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